Research – disabled women who have experienced violence

Published: October 2, 2013

Researchers from Centre for Disability Studies, University of Leeds . We are working on a new project about disabled women who have experienced violence and need access to support services in the U.K (England, Scotland, Wales, N.Ireland). The project is part of a larger study including three other countries in Europe – Austria, Germany and Iceland. All four countries share concerns about disabled women who are victims or survivors of violence.

The researchers are looking to speak to disabled women who have experienced violence at some point in their lives.

  • Participants must be :
    • Ages: 18-65
    • Women with physical or/and sensory impairments, and learning difficulties from birth or acquired later in life
    • Have an experience of violence accomplished by physical or sexual force or any kind of psychological harm.
    • Have accessed or tried to access support

Here you will find full information about the study including contact details information for public use website 2. Please get in touch with them directly if you are interested in taking part.

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